Richie Porte features on the cover of the November 2013 issue of Cycle Sport magazine.

The Tasmanian star talks to CS about his most successful year to date in the lead-up to assisting Chris Froome to his Tour de France victory, and what the future may hold for the likeable man from Sky.

As ever, the issue is packed with the best writing from the worlds leading cycling writers and accompanied by stunning images from internationally renowned cycling photographers.

Cycle Sport November 2013 issue is on sale from WHSmith, major supermarkets and all good newsagents priced £4.50

Cycle Sport November 2013: Contents

Froome in the USA
The Tour champ kicks back at the US Pro Challenge

Vuelta in pics
Spanish suffering makes for great images

Philippe the flop
Is Gilbert the worst world champion ever?

US Pro Challenge
Tejay Van Garderen comes of age at home

Ronde relics
Snooping around at the Tour of Flanders museum

Taylor Phinney
Talking classic hairdos and races with the Colorado trend-setter

Polish poser
Why doesn’t the exciting Tour of Poland get more kudos?

History men
Rolling back the years at the Ronde 100

Retro photo special
Wallow in nostalgia at the Coors Classic

Cycle Sport November 2013

Regulars

Team of the month
Cycle Sport’s fantasy team from the last month of racing

Stat attack
Pie charts, graphs and (maybe) Venn diagrams

Disc-appointment
UCI puts kibosh on disc brakes for road racing

Canny Caleb
Aussie Caleb Ewan lit up the Tour de l’Avenir

Objects of desire
Swiss-themed kit and much more besides

Graham Watson
Our snapper considers Chris Horner’s veteran Vuelta win

Geraint Thomas
No soft-pedalling for the Welshman at the Worlds

Any questions?
Germany’s Simon Geschke get the CS treatment

Letters
Tell us what you think about the professional scene

Baronchelli’s beauty
Looking back at an impossibly elegant Colnago

Pro spec bikes
Top-end rides from Cannondale and BMC

Cycle Sport November 2013

Cycle Sport November 2013 issue is on sale from WHSmith, major supermarkets and all good newsagents priced £4.50